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The Cricality of Reforming Social Security and Medicare

It’s become a hot subject, as most who’ve studied Social Security and Medicare over the years expected it would. Now, with insolvency projected to be reached within a decade, the calls for action are becoming louder and clearer, with one post today labeling the lack of a coherent legislative response to the problem “political malpractice.” Veronique de Rugy, a contributing editor at Reason and a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, provides an analysis of why honesty and compromise are need to address this looming catastrophe. Read her post here…

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  1. To he wages cap should be increased to 45000 for the social security – medicare-medicaid tax and the tax percentage should be increased to adjust for universal health care. That was the bipartisan plan in 1969- 1972 timeframe before they began the impeachment of Nixon. We would not be here if they had done the work then

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